That it’s Williamson’s name on the script this time out is as disappointing in result as it is exciting in prospect.
Save your time and watch something original, or at least something that can create a mood beyond waiting for the credits.
As bad as it is, A Bay of Blood stands as a moment in time for cinema.
Seeing Stallone battle his inner demons…makes this almost worth the watch.
If you need a fix of Paxton and Fishburne on cruise control, you could do worse. Just not much worse.
Hard to believe the film will be remembered for anything more than Liu’s obvious talent.
Unlike Bronson, Statham has skills beyond the action realm. The Bank Job, is proof of that concept. This is not beyond that realm.
There are no real jump scares or even surprises that land, but it’s good enough for a person who doesn’t expect much out of a rental.
…unfortunately Dushku missed her Ripley opportunity.
Walk through the past, when Frankenstien scared kids like my dad at age 5.
It’s not every film that allows Diesel to live out his dream of playing Gandalf at the Bridge at Khazad-dûm.
Malignant is a film where director, James Wan, takes a step back from the big budget and tries to reconnect with the genre of films that pushed him into the big budget stratosphere.
If you like Lange, you will more than likely appreciate some elements of the film. It’s understandable that he’d go through another round of killing for the chance to spout a not-quite Shakespearian sonnet towards the climax.
There are no performances that will resonate, as the constantly shifting variables give everyone a form of schizophrenia to the point of mild annoyance.
There is entirely too much flashing, and not enough here for which to back.
Wahlberg’s good a pumping out product. Sometimes we get The Italian Job, other times we get Contraband. This is closer to the latter.